The District Attorney is gearing up for it.
This afternoon, Oksana Grigorieva legal team faces off with the Sheriff's Department as Oksana is opposing giving investigators access to her personal computer for evidence. However, the Sheriff's Department filed documents shortly before the hearing was to begin, disputing that her motion is unreasonable and access to her computer is vital.
The documents read:
"Evidence obtained from the Hard Drive would be used in a forthcoming criminal prosecution when Detective Wagner's findings are presented to the District Attorney's Office…It is common for evidence to be found on a suspect's computer and hidden or mis-labeled in a particular computer file."
The only criminal prosecution she is facing is the extortion charges. Hope she is prepared for that.
UPDATE: The judge officially denied Oksana's motion to keep investigators away from her computer.
The judge explained:
"For me to begin to limit law enforcement functions in the investigation is premature at this time … therefore this motion in denied."
And the plot thickens!
[Image via WENN.]